Life Style Sports have donated €28,000 to The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation. The donation amount comes from the sales of Munster Rugby jerseys sold in their stores and online in the build-up to the festive period. The donation equates to 1,750 hours of care for families.
The donation offer period ran between November 1 and December 23 – and we were overwhelmed by the support that was received for the donation incentive. Munster Rugby fans are known for their big hearts, just like their team, and this was the perfect chance for them to show their support for both team and charity.
Billy Holland, Noah Quish, Nick McCarthy, Leah Quish and Arno Botha
The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation offers in home respite care and support to children with severe neurological development issues and their families up to the age of 5 years. Jack and Jill CEO Carmel Doyle commented;
“We want to thank Life Style Sports, Munster Rugby and all those supporters who bought jerseys with a built in donation of €5 pre-Christmas. Your support has helped raise vital funds for specialist home nursing care hours for our families in Munster & across the country.”
Jean Kleyn, Chris Cloete, David Reynolds, Una Quish and her son Noah
Life Style Sports were delighted to make the official donation at Munster Rugby’s European clash with Ospreys in Thomond Park on Sunday. The cheque was presented by Senior Buyer for Life Style Sports David Reynolds to the Jack and Jill Foundation. Life Style Sports are the Exclusive Retail partner of Munster Rugby.